Modos by Matt Tyson is Made up of Wooden Boards and Aluminum Hinges

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 14, 2014 • References: & design-milk
Flatpack furniture is becoming much more free form thanks to Modos by Matt Tyson, an industrial designer based in Brooklyn, New York. It is a modular system that is made up of FSC certified furniture grade plywood boards and aluminum connectors that can be put together in a variety of ways to assemble a number of furniture pieces.

From tables to shelving and even laptop stands, Modos by Matt Tyson is a versatile system that relies as much on the imagination and cleverness of the owner as it does on its physical parts. Yet they do come together in hexagonal forms, which help reinforce each other to make a stronger structure. Easy to assemble and disassemble, Modos by Matt Tyson is an exciting development in DIY furniture. Stats for DIY Furniture-Making Systems Trending: Older & Popular
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